The Daily Texan made a map of some of the city's most historic music venues. From Stevie Ray Vaughn’s spontaneous 3 a.m. performances to Hank William’s last song, Austin’s music scene has heard it all. Although a few venues have closed down, Austinites can still experience music history at several sites throughout the city.
It’s not uncommon for a famous musician to name a song after his or her latest muse or write lyrics with double meanings, but it's rare for listeners to understand a song’s full context — that's the beauty of a memoir.
With the launch of Apple Music on July 30, listeners worldwide will have another option to consider when choosing their music-streaming service. Listeners must decide between established industry leaders or new competitors looking to claim the title “King of the Stream.”
Whether you’re looking to spend Fourth of July watching fireworks with family or drinking beer and dancing with friends, Austin has a party for everyone. Check out this list of celebrations to ring in America’s birthday this weekend.